Steakhouses in Jefferson Hills

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In the old times, markets were the center of social life, and aluminum was more precious than gold. Today's deal is more valuable than Charles Martin Hall's electrolytic process for refining aluminum. Stop by the cozy Italian market il Mercato to use your $5 Groupon toward $10 worth of fresh and premium bites and sips. You can purchase as many as you want, but are limited to one use per visit.

2350 Railroad St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Though Green Forest Churrascaria serves a wide variety of meats, every cut has to go through the same trial by fire. Cooked in the traditional churrasco style, the meats sit above an open fire pit fueled by natural wooden charcoal. They roast on impressively sized skewers, which servers then carry into the dining room. There, they slice tender pieces directly onto dinner plates, a showmanship-heavy serving method known as "rodízio."

The resulting dinners star meats such as lamb chops, pork ribs, and filet mignon that, much like the best Christmas presents, comes wrapped in bacon. Some arrive seasoned with parmesan cheese or garlic, while others rely solely on the smoky flavor imparted by their time in the flames. A hot buffet and salad bar balance out meals with a sprawling number of side dishes, including sushi and seafood. There's also a list of wines and beers that emphasizes worldly reds.

655 Rodi Rd, Ste 1
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Pittsburgh Rare specializes in serving its certified Black Angus beef flash-panned and seared on the outside and nice and red on the inside. Meat-lovers will find seven gorgeous slabs of beef on the menu, including the signature marinated filet mignon ($40 for 10 oz.), which is specially prepared by the chef. The restaurant also offers tender cuts like the dry-aged 14 oz. New York strip ($41) and the imposing 20 oz. porterhouse ($42). Each steak is served with a choice of side, which include mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, a diamond-studded crown and goblet, and creamy cheddar cauliflower mash. Those that arrive immediately after eating a world-record 79 matzo balls in eight minutes can stick to lighter fare, such as the half-pound flame-grilled burger ($12) or the three-tiered turkey club ($13).

300 W Station Square Dr
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar's chefs appease appetites with freshly rolled maki as well as classical Japanese entrees that come to life on tableside hibachi grills. After scouring the oceans in a conjoined diving suit, chefs utilize their fresh seafood to transform sticky rice into such visions as the rainbow roll, filled with spicy crabmeat and crowned with a spectrum of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and tobiko. Sushi disappears from plates inside the dimly lit dining room, where exposed-stone sections of wall flank bamboo plants brightened with little spotlights.

Patrons seeking dinner and a show can order something off of the hibachi menu, then gather around black-granite-topped counters inside a room with rich wooden accents. Before each hungry audience, chefs sear salmon, chicken and scallops, or lobster and filet mignon before accessorizing meals with two pieces of shrimp, soup, salad, vegetables, rice, and noodles.

145 Mall Circle Dr
Monroeville,
PA
US

Saga Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar's chefs appease appetites with freshly rolled maki as well as classical Japanese entrees that come to life on tableside hibachi grills. After scouring the oceans in a conjoined diving suit, chefs utilize their fresh seafood to transform sticky rice into such visions as the rainbow roll, filled with spicy crabmeat and crowned with a spectrum of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and tobiko. Sushi disappears from plates inside the dimly lit dining room, where exposed-stone sections of wall flank bamboo plants brightened with little spotlights.

Patrons seeking dinner and a show can order something off of the hibachi menu, then gather around black-granite-topped counters inside a room with rich wooden accents. Before each hungry audience, chefs sear salmon, chicken and scallops, or lobster and filet mignon before accessorizing meals with two pieces of shrimp, soup, salad, vegetables, rice, and noodles.

20006 Route 19
Cranberry Twp,
PA
US

• For $16, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for two people (up to a $34.97 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $30, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for four people (up to a $69.94 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $42, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for six people (up to a $104.91 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. Chick’s Grill celebrates the egg’s most famous progeny with the Signature Chicken Meal, a combo of unusual size culled from a menu of specialty chicken dishes and American fare. Calibrated for coops of up six diners, each meal begins with your choice of appetizer, as fried pickles, grilled shrimp, and chicken nachos tease taste buds and taunt taste enemies. Diners then munch their choice of entrées, including any Chick’s Favorite chicken entrée, chicken sandwich, burger, or sandwiches from the “Not Into Chick’s” menu. Chefs slather up to 12 deep-fried wings in sauce before baking them to golden perfection, completely eliminating any chance of them flying off to migrate. The traditional chicken parm pairs breaded chicken with melted provolone and homebrewed marinara, while the Pittsburgh-style chicken sandwich sublets bun real estate to creamy coleslaw and crisp fries. Between bites, diners consult five wall-mounted HDTVs, tracking breaking sports happenings or watching five nightly newscasts at once.

3711 Walnut St
McKeesport,
PA
US